The War Managers

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University of Vermont, 1977 - Generals - 216 pages
Tells the story of the Second Indochinese War from the perspectives of the United States Army General Officers who commanded there. This is not a history, nor is it a personal memoir; it is an attempt to record and analyze the retrospective views of the men who managed the operational aspects of the war. The inquiry is pragmatic- it draws together the issues and opinions of these war managers. -- Preface.

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